Weeks after the Kingston show, in early September of two thousand and sixteen, Gord Downie announced his next, multimedia, project entitled Secret Path, done in collaboration with the Canadian comic […]
Just above Finch Avenue, in the northeast quadrant of Toronto’s mathematical, latticed surface, Pharmacy Avenue bisects an atypically winding boulevard into Chester Le to the west and Huntingdale to the […]
A song or two before the ten o’clock Parkdale Park blackout, the Hip played their shortest recorded song: “The Last of the Unplucked Gems.” Shining a light on its enigmatic […]
I did a significant part of my growing up in the nineteen-eighties’ and early nineteen-nineties’ Yugoslavia. “There, once, was a country.” Ten years old when the first of the six […]
My wife and I sat on an orange towel – a bath towel, not a beach one – in Parkdale Park on the west side of Ottawa. Our heels and […]
Parkdale Park is a park – a small public park – in the west end of the city of Ottawa. There is some thing – some dumb, stubborn thing – […]
Now on Sequart.org: my article on Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic’s Thor. God is Dead, Long Live God: On Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic’s Thor | Sequart Research & Literacy Organization.